NSSAR Bronze Statue Unveiling Ceremony Video

On Friday, November 20, 2015 a grand unveiling ceremony was held in front of the NSSAR Headquarters in Louisville, KY to celebrate the placement of the “Sons of Liberty – 1775” bronze statue.

The statue was created by renowned artist, Compatriot James N Muir, and was commissioned and paid for by the contributions of individual Compatriots of the Philadelphia Continental Chapter, who donated it to the NSSAR Headquarters in 2009. The statue stands almost 8 foot tall and weighs about 800 pounds and rests upon a quarried Kentucky limestone base which weighs about 19,000 pounds. Continue reading

The SAR Veterans Bugle Newsletter – 11 Nov 2015

The SAR Veterans Bugle - 11 Nov 2015

The SAR Veterans Bugle – 11 Nov 2015

The November 11, 2015 issue of The SAR Veterans Bugle Newsletter is now available. The SAR Veterans Bugle is a NSSAR Veterans Recognition Committee Newsletter. This issue has a list of the known NSSAR Compatriots who are veterans of the various wars – I.E. World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, SW Asia War. Continue reading

Eagle Scout Scholarship Applications

WVSSAR Eagle Scout Committee chairman Ted Cox requests all Eagle Scout Scholarship Applications should be submitted to him by December 18, 2015; he also requests that the Eagle Scout Scholarship applicants should only be residents of West Virginia. Any questions about the Eagle Scout Scholarship Application program, please contact Compatriot Ted Cox.

New WVSSAR Registrar

The WVSSAR has a new Registrar effective, Saturday, October 10, 2015. WVSSAR President Steve Hart has appointed Rhendal C Butler for the remaining term of the WVSSAR Registrar.

Here is the contact information for Rhendal Butler:

Rhendal C. Butler
5549 Heather Hill Drive
Roanoke, VA 24019
Phone: (540) 529-1770
Email: rbutler04@cox.net